Holy Name Catholic School - Omaha
LocationName of Facility: Holy Name Catholic School
2901 Fontenelle Blvd
Submitted ByName: Tanya Rochelle Murray
Reports to: Principal
Principal Duties and ResponsibilitiesInstructional Leadership: Leader helps all students master standards through data-driven instruction and staff evaluation and development.
• Promotes student mastery of standards by implementing high yield instructional strategies and assessments aligned to curricula.
• Ensures that teachers check for student understanding and clarify, reteach, or adjust instruction.
• Partners with staff to provide students the appropriate scaffolds and interventions to meet their individual learning needs.
• Evaluates staff and teachers. Observes classrooms to support effective teaching practices that result in improved student achievement.
• Provides coaching and timely, targeted, actionable feedback to ensure growth in practice.
School Culture: Leader creates a culture that promotes learning, collaboration, respect, and safety for all.
• Creates a positive, safe, respectful, and welcoming school culture that focuses on each student’s development.
• Promotes collaboration among students, families, staff, and the community.
• Engages families as partners in their children’s education.
Equity Leadership: Leader demonstrates awareness and conviction to address inequities and holds adults accountable for doing the same.
• Addresses biases, engage in courageous conversations and makes difficult decisions in the best interest of students.
• Supports teachers and staff to skillfully address race, culture, class, language acquisition and unique student learning needs to ensure all students achieve at high levels.
RequirementsKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• The vision and ability to ensure every student, regardless of background, can achieve college and career success
• A demonstrated track record of increasing student achievement based upon data
• Instructional expertise in PreK-8th education with proven ability to support, coach, and develop teachers to improve instructional practice using evidence-based practices.
• Experience in leading adults and students
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills
• Problem-solving and strategic thinking skills
Education and Experience
• Minimum of Master’s Degree with major emphasis in educational administration
• A valid Nebraska teaching certificate with endorsement in the area of administration for education is required
• A minimum of three to five years of successful teaching experience in an urban school district is preferred